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Tiger Woods still working with Canadian swing coach
August 26, 2010

Tiger Woods has noticed improvements in his game since working with coach Sean Foley, but the world number one stopped short of declaring the Canadian as his new swing guru on Wednesday.

“I worked with Sean two times at home,” Woods said after a rain-soaked Pro-Am round on the eve of the Barclays tournament that opens the FedExCup playoffs. “We worked on the same stuff that we worked on at the PGA (Championship). And it’s just a matter of getting it more solidified.”

Woods, who has struggled with all facets of his game since returning from a five-month absence following the sex scandal that destroyed his marriage, has been without a coach since Hank Haney ended their six-year relationship in May.

But Woods, who has struggled with accuracy off the tee and is winless in his last nine starts, said he has yet to make anything official and needs more time to decide.

“This would be the fourth time I changed my golf swing since I’ve been on the PGA Tour, twice with Butch (Harmon) and once with Hank,” said the 14-times major winner.

“So it’s an undertaking that I have to wrap my head around because it’s going to take some time.”

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